A few years back cell phone makers begun to use a stylus, this was the first-generation of touchscreen. Things have moved on since then, and the likes of the Apple iPhone shows how superb touch technology is. So we have to wonder why HTC would want to use a stylus for its capacitive HD2?
This is a good idea if you have gloves on, allowing you to pinch and zoom easily, but HTC have overlooked one thing, where do you store the small pen device? The problem is you do not want to lose or misplace it; the thing will cost you $28 to replace.
The HTC HD2 Capacitive Stylus ST C400, which was recently launched on Virgin Mobile is already proving very popular, many places have already run out of stock, but more should come in soon. So for now you will have to take those gloves off and get your fingers cold.
The stylus is not ideal for all, but is perfect for enterprise applications, those that require signature capture. Some would say that this device is a bit on the expensive side, just remember that it needs to conduct heat to work. For more details visit Device Wire
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